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NCIDQ Announces Exam Incentives
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Are you taking Section III of the NCIDQ Exam this fall? If so, you can get a FREE Practice Design Problem from NCIDQ when you register for Section III by July 10, 2009! NCIDQ just announced that it will mail their newest practice design problem (Culpepper Building) to anyone who registers for Section III (the design practicum) and pays online (via credit card) by July 10. This is your chance to get their newest study material and save more than $65, and you don’t even have to pay shipping costs.

NCIDQ Practice Design Problems include a blank problem along with a critique of an actual solution. You can simulate the actual exam so you’ll know exactly what it’s like when you get to the test this fall. The Culpepper Building is a combined library/lounge area, retail store and private apartment.

You have to register and pay with your credit card online by the July 10 deadline, and you can’t substitute a different problem. This valid is not available to those who pay the registration fee by check. Registration is open for the fall exam, so register now and take advantage of this offer. To register, go to (Registration is only open to candidates who have been previously approved by NCIDQ to register for the Exam.)

More Discounts From NCIDQ®

Also, the NCIDQ Exam Study Guide has been discounted 25% – that’s $30 off the original price! The Study Guide comes with the Eastern Academy Practice Design Problem. The book and practice problem is now just $85 plus shipping. This offer is only good while supplies last, so order quickly because NCIDQ is preparing all-new materials for the 2010 Exam, and they won’t be reprinting this study guide when they run out. Click here to print an order form.

Remember, NCIDQ’s Exam is changing in 2010, so this is the best time to get your study materials and take the current exam. For information about the exam changes and how it affects you, click here.

About NCIDQ®

NCIDQ® is an organization of regulatory boards and provincial associations in the United States and Canada whose core purpose is to protect the health, life safety and welfare of the public by establishing standards of competence in the practice of interior design. More information about the organization may be found at